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  1. John B. Guerazzi
    Italian, active c. 1800– c.1810
    The Burning of the American Fregate [sic] the Philadelphia in the Harbour of Tripoli

    1805
    Hand-colored line engraving on laid paper
    B.92.16
  2. Salvator Rosa
    Italian (Neapolitan), 1615–1673
    Two warriors, one holding a mace and turning to beckon the other

    c. 1656–1657
    Etching with drypoint on laid paper, state II/II
    70.43.1
  3. Salvator Rosa
    Italian (Neapolitan), 1615–1673
    A warrior holding a staff over his shoulder and stepping off a low ledge

    c. 1656–1657
    Etching with drypoint on laid paper, state I/I
    70.43.2
  4. Salvator Rosa
    Italian (Neapolitan), 1615–1673
    Three warriors, one seated on a foreground rock holding a staff; the second standing behind him pointing; the third seen as a face behind them.

    c. 1656–1657
    Etching with drypoint on laid paper, state I/I
    70.43.3
  5. Salvator Rosa
    Italian (Neapolitan), 1615–1673
    Standing warrior holding a long staff over his shoulder and pointing

    c. 1656–1657
    Etching with drypoint on laid paper, state II/II
    70.43.4
  6. Salvator Rosa
    Italian (Neapolitan), 1615–1673
    A standing warrior holding an elongated octagonal shield

    c. 1656–1657
    Etching on laid paper, state I/I
    70.43.5
  7. Salvator Rosa
    Italian (Neapolitan), 1615–1673
    Two warriors, one seated asleap on a foreground rock

    c. 1656–1657
    Etching on laid paper, state II/II
    70.43.6
  8. Salvator Rosa
    Italian (Neapolitan), 1615–1673
    Standing exotic warrior wearing a lion-head cap, holding a mace and shield

    c. 1656–1657
    Etching on laid paper, state II/II
    70.43.7
  9. Salvator Rosa
    Italian (Neapolitan), 1615–1673
    A Warrior in Full Armor in a Grotto

    c. 1656–1657
    Etching on laid paper with drypoint, state I/I
    70.43.8
  10. Cristofano Robetta (Il Robetta)
    Italian, 1462–c. 1535
    Adoration of the Magi

    c. 1500–1530
    Engraving on paper, state I/I
    73.2

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